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The Arctic walrus, which sailed in Ireland, now sails on transit ships

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The walrus, which made an accidental voyage from the Arctic Circle to the Irish coast last month, continued its strange behavior by jumping into a passing iceberg and falling asleep on boarding ships. A path for lifeboats.

Conservation groups and local authorities fear that too much human interest will plague the walrus, as the marine mammal named after the Valley has become a tourist attraction. They now warn tourists not to go Morse Jet ski racers, snowboarders and paddlers have been harassing mammals since they came so close to the Easter weekend.

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